The Greenbury Report released in 1995 was the product of a committee established by the United Kingdom Confederation of Business and Industry on corporate governance. It followed in the tradition of the Cadbury Report and addressed a growing concern about the level of director remuneration. The modern result of the report is found in the Combined Code at section B.
- Combined Code
- Cadbury Report (1992)
- Hampel Report (1998)
- Turnbull Report
- Higgs Report (2003)
- Smith Report (2003)
the a team report 2009 Greenbury committee Held four things -Executives not to be involved in remuneration committee -3 years span for shareholders -Director maximum to work for one year and maximum 2 -Directors to public their income.
Created havoc since many directors from other companies started complaining for increased salary packages.Results in speeding up remuneration
- The Financial Services Authority Listing Rules online and in pdf format, under which there is an obligation to comply with the Combined Code, or explain why it is not complied with, under LR 9.8.6(6).
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